These mutual funds and ETFs blend growth and value large-cap stocks and earn Morningstar Analyst Ratings of Gold.
These stocks are good choices whether you're looking for dividend growth, down-market defense, or inflation protection.
These Gold and Silver medalists are good options for your first fund.
These growth-focused funds all earn Morningstar Analyst Ratings of Silver or better.
These wide-moat, low-uncertainty names are reliable.
The investing legend might take an interest in these high-quality firms if Berkshire were nimble enough.
These value-focused mutual funds and ETFs all earn Morningstar Analyst Ratings of Silver or better.
These firms stand to benefit from increased adoption of electric vehicles--and they're undervalued.
These companies are well-positioned for a world less dependent on fossil fuels.
We think the payouts on these names are sustainable.
Here are our analysts' top ideas in each sector for the coming quarter.
Here's a peek at the cheapest constituents of the Morningstar Wide Moat Focus Index--as well as names that have been added and cut.
These names are widely held among some of our favorite concentrated-fund managers.
We look at which utility companies stand to benefit as the Lone Star state recovers from last month's blackouts.
These mutual funds and ETFs pursue various dividend strategies and earn Morningstar Analyst Ratings of Silver or Gold.
These familiar brands are all undervalued today.
These stocks all have narrow or wide economic moats and are undervalued by our metrics.
These firms have carved out economic moats and are led by female CEOs.
These undervalued stocks are among the top holdings in Berkshire Hathaway today.
These narrow-moat firms have positive moat trends and are run by exemplary stewards of capital.
These heavily weighted names in the Morningstar US Dividend Growth Index are all at least 10% undervalued.
These large companies lack economic moats and have negative moat trends--but we think they’re attractive nonetheless.
Three stable stocks to invest in to shield you from YOLO trades and FOMO frenzy.
These names from the Morningstar Exponential Technologies Index are trading at 4- and 5-star levels.
Experts think international stocks are attractive. Here are some of Morningstar's best ideas for non-U.S. equity exposure.
These international mutual funds and ETFs all earn Morningstar Analyst Ratings of Gold.
We think the payouts on these undervalued names are sustainable.
These names were recently added to the Morningstar Wide Moat Focus Index.
Here are our analysts' top ideas in each sector for the new year.
Here are some simple investing strategies for those resolving to streamline their portfolios in the new year.
These wide-moat companies have positive moat trends and exemplary capital allocation ratings.
Do any of 2020’s top performers have gas left in the tank for 2021?
These fixed-income-focused exchange-traded funds all earn Gold ratings.
These stock-focused exchange-traded funds all earn Gold ratings.
Given the market's performance, investors may need to reconsider their asset allocations. These excellent mutual funds and ETFs can help fill in the gaps.
We think these holdings are bargains.
Here are the highest-rated mutual funds and ETFs across a series of Morningstar’s municipal bond fund categories.
These heavily weighted names in the Morningstar US Dividend Growth Index are all at least 20% undervalued.
We’ve recently updated our fair value estimates on four of the five names.
These are the most overpriced stocks in our coverage universe today.
These newly rated stocks all earn Morningstar economic moat ratings of narrow or wide.
These companies are benefiting as more people work from home.
Here are the highest-rated mutual funds and ETFs across a series of Morningstar’s taxable fixed-income categories.
Here are our analysts' top ideas in each sector.
Here's a peek at the most undervalued constituents of the Morningstar Wide Moat Focus Index--as well as names that have been added and cut.
These highly rated mutual funds and ETFs may provide varying degrees of shelter, but buyer beware.
We think these companies are well positioned to benefit from one of five key trends during the next decade.
Walk away from these richly trading no-moat names with negative moat trends.
These undervalued wide-moat stocks earn low uncertainty ratings.
Tech stocks took it on the chin on Thursday. Here’s our take on whether tech’s leaders are worth nibbling on.